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i have this friends - April 8th 2012, 06:11 PM

hey there. i have this friend that's a guy and he was touching my friends leg shes only 14 and he is 17, me and my other friend went outside for a fag and when we came back they was sitting awkwardly and looked like she'd been cry, she told me he touched her, but wouldn't say anything else, help what can i do??
   
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Re: i have this friends - April 8th 2012, 09:06 PM

Make sure your friends and you keep a distance from him. support, listen, respect, understand your friend. If she doesn't want to talk to you more about what happened then just wait for her to feel comfortable telling you about it. Don't ask allot of questions if she doesn't want to answer them. Just tell her your always there for her when she needs to talk. Let her talk in her own time. You just leave her to decide if she wants to report it or tell her parents.

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